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How to remove the caliper lock bolt from a 1991 isuzu rodeo

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How to remove the caliper lock bolt from a 1991 isuzu rodeo 4wd
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  The Audi Doctor replied 4 years ago.

Thank You for choosing Just Answer and for your query. Yes, I can help you.

Isn’t it a 17mm hex? I think you may be taking off the wrong fastner. Which bolt are you trying to remove? Can you send me a picture?

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Thanks for your time. Apparently, the previous owner had replaced one of the front calipers with a non-factory replacement. The top caliper bolt had a cap on it with a little hole where the top bolt would be. The bottom bolt was normal. I looked at the other caliper for reference, and it was as expected. Therefore, I believe that the previous owner must have replaced replaced the factory caliper with something else. I have my answer.

Expert:  The Audi Doctor replied 4 years ago.
OK Thanks